Lecture by Osher Marin JCC’s James Sokol on “Fiddler on the Roof” will look at many topics: Was it the last in a “golden age” of musicals? Did producers think it was “too Jewish”? With video clips. Presented by OMJCC and National JCC Adult & Senior Alliance.
Leah Garrett discusses her book about a secret commando unit composed of Jewish refugees that fought to defeat the Nazis and was formed by Winston Churchill and England in 1942. Presented by Under One Tent. Registration required.
Seven films from Israel in a hybrid format, with all of them online from April 26 to May 17, and four in-person screenings at 3 p.m. Tuesdays within that date range, including one double feature. Most films in Hebrew with English subtitles. Covid-19 protocols in place. $12-$15 single tickets, $50-$75 passes.
Includes poems, songs, a talk by survivor George Elbaum and a walk to nearby MLK Library to view exhibit “Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations.” Sponsors include Hillel of Silicon Valley, Students Supporting Israel at SJSU, Jewish Silicon Valley and Club Z.
Urban Adamah presents a Torah workshop focused on finding and releasing the traumas around and within us, led by Rabbi Darren Kleinberg. Co-sponsored Beth El in Berkeley.